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  1. I have been a nurse for many years and would like to advance my career. I am more interested in a P. A. program than N. P. school but at 55 I’m not sure if that’s feasible. Anyone in same boat? Will probably need to retake basic classes.
  2. Okay so I plan on going to pa shcool when I turn 27. After college I worked for a health department and now I’m going to work as a clinical dietitian for a year or so and take classes. So ideally I would apply in 2019 and then start in 2020. At that point I’ll be 27. Is that too old to start to start ??
  3. I just graduated as a NHA Certified clinical medical assistant and my AAS and AA. I want to go on and get my PA as it's a passion of mine to work in rural areas with lower income people who don't always have access to medical care. I am 58 and would be 63 graduating. Am I likely to have difficulty finding employment due to my age upon graduation? I love medicine and have always been involved in some level with it and really want to be in a smaller rural community
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